Технология изготовления чеканной железной торевтики малых форм (по материалам погребальных памятников енисейских кыргызов)

Translated title of the contribution: PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF MINTED IRON TOREUTICS OF SMALL FORMS (BASED ON THE MATERIALS OF FUNERARY SITES OF THE YENISEI KYRGYZ)

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Abstract

The author of the article examines the iron ornaments of the belt and harness that were found in the burial grounds of the Yenisei Kyrgyz (10th-13th AD). He studies the technology of manufacturing of products made with using of dies and matrix. In total 32 items were found. After a series of experiments, two technological schemes were reconstructed: «basma» and bilateral stamping (Fig. 1-3). They illustrate the evolution of the technological tradition of making of iron toreutics. The first scheme arose as an attempt to imitate bronze products, it was labour-intensive and used only for making objects. The second scheme was designed for quick making of identical plaques in conditions of the developed production. Both schemes were complementary in the dominance of wrought things.
Translated title of the contributionPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF MINTED IRON TOREUTICS OF SMALL FORMS (BASED ON THE MATERIALS OF FUNERARY SITES OF THE YENISEI KYRGYZ)
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationДревние культуры Монголии, Южной Сибири и Северного Китая. Материалы XI Международной научной конференции.
Place of PublicationАбакан
PublisherЮжносибирский филиал Института истории материальной культуры РАН
Pages199-206
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print)978-5-907298-19-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 6.01.BI ARCHAEOLOGY

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  • 03.41 Archaeology

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